Instrument that used in this study is mathematical problem solving skills.
The result of this study showed that mathematical problem solving skills of students who learn by using Scientific Approach is more significant than using Direct Instruction.
With KWL, teachers ask students to identify: Pre Reading Plan (PREP) is a strategy that helps the teacher to determine the prior knowledge and vocabulary that students have on a given topic (Langer, 1982). Cooperative learning and assessment: A viable alternative for language minority and bilingual students.
The teacher asks the students to tell her or him everything they know about the topic. Either the students give information verbally in an open discussion, or they contribute first in writing and then verbally. Cooperative Learning: The Magazine for Cooperation in Education, 13(1), 9-11.
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Contact us if you experience any difficulty logging in.The Teaching Standards are an integral part of the Professional Standards for Teaching Mathematics (NCTM, 1991).The first three standards include items that support language development for EL students who also have learning disabilities.Appendix B provides lesson plan Web sites for mathematics instruction. KWL and PREP are two similar strategies that activate students' prior knowledge and provide the teacher with information on what students already know about the topic. Elementary and middle school mathematics: Teaching developmentally. Base on result and analysis, the conclusion is that Scientific Approach can improve students' mathematical problem solving skills.Content from this work may be used under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 licence.The teacher collects the notes and reads them one at a time with the whole class group. In either case, the teacher uses the student information to develop a chart of what students already know. Not all students with learning disabilities struggle in mathematics. The academic language difficulties that are characteristic of students with learning disabilities are very similar to those of students learning a second language.They do however have some characteristics in common. For example, both may have difficulty retrieving words.